A FARM park for disabled children in Chipping Norton has announced a unique event for the Easter weekend.
Visitors to Fairytale Farm, which is on the A44 just outside Chippy, can step inside a new giant rabbit burrow and listen to the Easter bunny telling a special Easter tale with every child receiving an Easter egg.
There are also other Easter activities running over the weekend, including an Easter egg hunt.
Owner Nick Laister said: "We wanted to do something different over the Easter weekend at Fairytale Farm and we think we have come up with something that younger children will love.
"Our visitors can enter our new rabbit burrow and meet a giant Easter rabbit. The rabbit will be telling a lovely Easter tale and giving away Easter eggs to every child that visits.
"But there are lots of other Easter-related activities for our visitors to enjoy. And everything is accessible for those with disabilities."
The Easter event runs from Friday, April to Sunday, April 21 and is open from 10am to 5pm.
The rabbit burrow has an extra charge of £3 per child, which includes the burrow visit, Easter story and an Easter egg.